The Health Benefits of the PhysioPedal
Physiopedal is not just fun to ride, it is also backed by scientific studies. Its features allow users to perform exercises with the aid of a motor, referred to as Assisted Cycle Therapy (ACT) and Force Exercise (FE). In Addition, Studies have clinically proven to increase users' ability to exert themselves longer and at higher intensities than they would be able to do on their own. But don't take our word for it; read what the studies say.
This study is to see the effects of assisted cycling on the motor function of persons with stroke. This study compares assisted, voluntary, and no cycling on upper and lower body motor functions.
A study done with assisted cycling shows that using a motorized bike and examining individuals' physiological perimeters can help improve tremors and Bradykinesia.
The effects of assisted cycling therapy and voluntary cycling on reaction time and measures of executive function in adolescents with Down syndrome